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Table 5 Distribution of job stress score by nicotine dependence grade according to job stress factors

From: A study on the relationship between job stress and nicotine dependence in Korean workers

   Unit: mean [95 % Confidence interval]
Job stress factors Nicotine dependence grade Total p-value*
Low High
Total [N (%)] 1,600(83.3) 321(16.7) 1,921(100.0)  
Job demand 49.8 [49.0, 50.6] 50.2 [48.6, 51.7] 49.9[49.2, 50.6] 0.74
Job control 49.3 [48.5, 50.0] 48.2 [46.3, 50.1] 49.1 [48.4, 49.8] 0.31
Interpersonal conflict 38.7 [38.0, 39.4] 40.7 [39.1, 42.3] 39.0 [38.4, 39.6] 0.02
Job insecurity 49.6 [49.0, 50.1] 49.8[48.5, 51.2] 49.6 [49.1, 50.1] 0.68
Organization system 46.6 [45.8, 47.3] 48.9 [47.2, 50.6] 46.9 [46.2, 47.6] 0.01
Lack of reward 45.8 [45.1, 46.6] 48.1 [46.1, 50.0] 46.2 [45.5, 46.9] 0.02
Occupational climate 36.7[36.0, 37.4] 36.5 [35.0, 38.1] 36.7 [36.0, 37.3] 0.83
Sum of 7 factors 45.1 [44.7, 45,5] 46.3 [45.4, 47.2] 45.3 [45.0, 45.7] 0.02
  1. *: p-value was calculated by student T-test with nicotine dependence grade in job stress factors